“I can’t even defend this.”

All over the internet, I am enjoying the Easter-themed marshmallow shapes that are sold in supermarkets.

On March 2, Twitter user @missviaborsi, whose real name is Viola Borsi, She shared an image she took On a recent trip to Aldi in Manchester, England. In a tweet that has now been viewed more than 6 million times, shoppers found something odd about Dominion branded “Marshmallow His Bunnies and Chicks” bags.

“Sorry Aldi, but that’s not a bunny,” Borsi wrote, along with an image of the confection in question. Hmmm, something more than that… let’s say… phallic ( Target’s racy Santa cookies from 2020).

Users agreed with Borsi and took advantage of the comments section to get some from the scandalous shapes of grocery store items.

“I’m trying very hard to make sure these could look a little like rabbits, but I just haven’t seen it.” answered One user on Twitter.

“Is that a bunny or is it just too excited to sell??” joked The other is to tag Aldi’s official Twitter account, which includes a lot of crying emojis.

“Probably ‘ch’ should have been ‘d’, but this is a printing error.” murmured An emoji shrugging shoulders with another user.

Some people in the thread have shared images of other erroneously suggestive food items they purchased, and some have even admitted to buying the exact same marshmallow without noticing the filthy resemblance.

“I bought this for my 7 year old daughter!” Shouted out One Twitter user added a pair of blushing face emojis to his tweet. “husband.”

Aldi UK did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Still, the UK’s fourth largest supermarket chain with 990 stores in the country definitely has a sense of humor throughout.

“We can’t even protect this” I have written Borsi’s original image rewteet’s official Aldi UK account.

Aldi UK continued to enjoy the whole debacle in response to some cheeky tweets. For one Twitter user was suggested The account jokingly replied that they put the treats “in special as sex toys.”

“I read some of these wild comments and suggestions” Aldi UK answered“Wordless Andy, wordless!”

Dominion brand

Dominion brand “Marshmallow Bunny & Chicks” (Aldi)

Borsi says he’s surprised by the attention his tweets are getting.

“So I’m not going to lie. It was actually my brother who put it in the cart,” Borsi told TODAY.com in a direct message. We were checking out when we got there.”

Borsi, 25, jokes that she and her brother, both adults (he’s 32), “like snacks,” filling their carts with all kinds of goodies.

She says her brother also bought her strawberry pencil candies and rainbow strips, but she was particularly interested in the marshmallows he picked up.

“I just posted it (I didn’t even tag it) [Aldi]didn’t even think to do it) You’d laugh out loud if you thought me and my friends were here on Twitter,” Borsi said, adding that they ended up buying marshmallows. rice field.

“I totally didn’t expect it!” Borsi said of the reaction to her photo, adding that it went viral after Aldi reacted to it. The meme was sent to her by a friend of hers in Holland.

Rabbit and Chick are not listed on Aldi’s website in the US (fortunately or unfortunately) but are still available in the UK. soon.

“This is one of our seasonal items and is only available while supplies last. Judging by the comments, it seems everyone is flooding the store for some reason,” said Aldi UK. murmured“So you better hurry up!”

This article was originally published on TODAY.com